November 21, 2016

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Question:
 

My dog has started to display signs of dog aggression. He is unrecall-able when in drive. Do I still carry on with doing the automatic corrections on the prong collor?


Answer:
 

Border Collies tend to be dogs that have a LOT of drive but are very sensitive. This can be a bit of an issue when trying to correct problems like you are having. I have a couple of suggestions. First off, if you haven't used marker training with him in the past I would recommend it highly.


Once he understands the marker, I would use that to make getting the prong on a pleasant thing. You won't actually be using the prong for anything during these sessions, merely making a pleasant association.


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